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What activity, from where? What was purchased, how much money was withdrawn. These are all logical questions not addressed by this e-mail. The security questions should be asked in such a case, not updated.
What is a suspicious location. Someone's toilet?
This may seem very legitimate, because they are asking this info to confirm you identity. However, the only form of authentication are passwords and security questions and should only be entered on an official PayPal website, namely PayPal.com. PayPal already has all your information, why would you need to send it to them again?
This seems to be the UK telephone number for PayPal, however you should never use any information from a suspicious e-mail. Always get the number of the organisation from the telephone directory or their website. You should never click on links in spam e-mails or trust any information they contain.
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